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Single strand rawhide rope


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Mid 19th century Indian rawhide rope made from one buffalo hide. Cutting was started at the outside and contoured in circles making a long rope to use for rounding up wild horses. This is the longest, continuous rope we have seen; ex Western Museum.

PERIOD: Mid 19th Century

ORIGIN: South Dakota, United States

SIZE: 60ft

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